Yup. The 1980 movie. I haven't seen this flick since it appeared on TV when I was a kid- since the early 80's. The other night, I decided to see if I could find it out there... and I think it was on Amazon. Also on YouTube. I was impressed that they decided to spend money to clean up the negative; picture quality wasn't bad at all. Now... how well has it held up? Lets be real: it didn't even hold up well for 1980. After all, this was a low budget Roger Corman film that was never meant to go toe-to-toe with Star Wars. The model work was a little better than I remembered... some of the animation (laser blasts, etc.) was worse than I remember... and the laser sound FX made me cringe. Sets were cheesy... and it never occurred to me that most ships in this universe were pretty good size but only consisted of a small 1 person room in the cockpit. And "Nel" is on my list of favorite sci-fi ships. People see a ship with boobies... I have always seen a snail. I guess you could call it an easter egg- Robert Vaugn was in the Magnificent 7 as well... but he didn't look like he wanted to be in this film. Sounds bad? Again: Corman's cheap 1980 take on the Magnificent 7. It wasn't horrible. A fun little watch as long as you go in knowing what this is.